Norwegian vessel proprietor Solstad Offshore has signed a contract for the offshore building vessel Normand Maximus to help operations for an unnamed shopper in Latin America.
The estimated period of the contract is 5 months,
together with mobilization and de-mobilization, in keeping with Solstad Offshore.
The contract is scheduled to being throughout December 2020, the
vessel proprietor knowledgeable.
Normand Maximus is provided with a 900-tonne lively heave
compensated offshore crane and a 550-ton prime rigidity vertical lay-system,
enabling the set up of enormous diameter versatile pipes in ultra-deepwater
The vessel additionally has a four,000-ton under-deck carousel for
storage of versatile pipes, cables, and umbilicals.
To remind, Solstad Offshore has in September 2020 obtained a discover of early termination of the constitution celebration for the Normand Maximus vessel from Italian offshore contractor Saipem.
The early termination was given to Normand Maximus Operations,
a wholly-owned subsidiary of Solstad Offshore and proprietor of the vessel.
At the time, Solstad stated it expects that the vessel can be
engaged on new initiatives inside an inexpensive timeframe.
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